Nick Kuntz


Nick Kuntz


Two similar pictures are on one photograph. Both pictures have two young, well dressed boys with light combed over hair and light eyes. The boy on the left is holding a small bible and rosary in his right hand and holding them to his heart, while the boy on the left is holding a candle in his left and and a rosary and small bible in his right hand in front of him. Between the boys is a small table with another candle. This picture is a part of the small envelope numbered 14971.

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Black and White Nitrate negative

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Cataloguer's Notes

Five envelopes. The large envelope gives the name of a group (Nadvorniks [Dakota Rangers]), a date (5/21/1949), and a place (Dickinson, ND). Each of the four small envelopes inside the large envelope have their own numbers and order names. The small envelope labled 14971 gives the name Nick Kuntz, a date (4/28/1935), a \"24\"" in the lower left corner, and \""return to H.S.\"" in the middle. This envelope also has a receipt which has much of the same information as the envelope, in addition to having some order information. The small envelope numbered 16635 gives the name John Kary, two dates (9/27/1937 and 10/23/1937), and some minimal information about prints. Inside, there are two ruined proofs (both with a note to make six of each) and a receipt with some more detailed order information, the name and date from the envelope, and a place to send the photos (Kildeer, ND). The small envelope numbered 19491 gives another name (Mrs. Ralph Kuntz), a few dates (5/31/1941, 6/12/1941 [delivery date], and \""Thurs 12\""), and some minimal order information. Inside are a ruined proof and a receipt with the same information as the envelope. The small envelope numbered 12050 gives a name (Lawrenu Richent), a vague date (Sept. 21, not used), and some order information. Two ruined proofs are inside."

Physical Location

Box 111

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“Nick Kuntz,” Southwestern North Dakota Digital Archive At the Dickinson Museum Center, accessed July 21, 2024,